UEFA Euro 2020 broadcasting rights

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UEFA Euro 2020 is a football tournament scheduled to take place in June and July 2020 involving 24 men's national teams from nations affiliated to the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA). The tournament will be broadcast via television and radio all over the world.

Television[edit]

UEFA[edit]

Territory Rights holder Ref
Albania SuperSport [1]
Armenia Armenia TV [1]
Austria ORF [2]
Azerbaijan CBC Sport [3]
Belgium [1]
Bosnia and Herzegovina [1][4]
Bulgaria BNT [1]
Croatia [1][5]
Cyprus CyBC [1]
Czech Republic ČT [6]
Denmark NENT [7]
Estonia ERR [8]
Finland Yle [9]
Georgia GPB [1]
Germany [10]
Greece IPG [1]
Hungary MTV [1]
Iceland 365 Media [1]
Ireland RTÉ [11]
Italy [12]
Kazakhstan Saran Media [1]
Kosovo SuperSport [1]
Latvia MTG [1]
Lithuania LNK [1]
North Macedonia Sport Klub [1]
Malta PBS [1]
Moldova GMG [1]
Montenegro [1][13]
Netherlands NOS [14]
Norway [15]
Poland TVP [1]
Portugal SportTV [16]
Romania Pro TV [17]
Russia Telesport [1]
Serbia Sport Klub [1]
Slovakia RTVS [1]
Slovenia Sport Klub [1]
Spain Mediaset España [18][19]
Sweden [20]
Switzerland SRG SSR [21]
Turkey TRT [1]
Ukraine Media Group Ukraine [22]
United Kingdom [23]

Over UEFA[edit]

Territory Rights holder Ref
Australia Optus Sport [24]
Brazil Globosat [25]
Canada [1][26]
Caribbean ESPN [27]
China [1][28]
Fiji FBC [1]
Hong Kong PCCW Media [29]
Indian subcontinent Sony Pictures Networks [30]
Indonesia IMG [31]
Japan Wowow [32]
Kyrgyzstan Saran [1]
Macau TDM [1]
Singapore Eleven Sports [1]
South Africa SuperSport [33]
Sub-Saharan Africa [33][34]
Taiwan Eleven Sports [1]
Tajikistan Saran [1]
Turkmenistan Saran [1]
United States [35][36]
Uzbekistan Saran [1]
Vietnam VTV [37]

Radio[edit]

UEFA[edit]

Territory Rights holder Ref
Belgium VRT [38]
United Kingdom Talksport [1]

References[edit]

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